Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Climate change in Kiribati: A matter of fact

Video posted YouTube on 12/4/2014.

A Remote Pacific Nation, Threatened by Rising Seas.  (The New York Times, 7/2/2016)
Pacific island nations are among the world’s most physically and economically vulnerable to climate change and extreme weather events like floods, earthquakes and tropical cyclones, the World Bank said in a 2013 report. While world powers have summit meetings to negotiate treaties on how to reduce and mitigate carbon emissions, residents of tiny Kiribati, a former British colony with 110,000 people, are debating how to respond before it is too late.

Source:  Wikipedia

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